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The level of Monument Lake is checked daily by the Town's Water Department, the changes in depth are hardly noticeable and monitored very closely. On an average day, the depth of Monument lake fluctuates by a 100th-200th of a foot, the change is not fast or noticeable.
On the extreme side, such as a very dry year, Monument Lake might fluctuate by a foot to a foot and a half over the summer.
There is a water spigot at Dirty Woman Creek Park on the side of the permanent restroom on the North side of the Park by the Pavilion.
There are electric outlets at both Limbach Park and Dirty Woman Creek Park.
Yes, bounce houses are allowed, however the Town does not allow the use of stakes to secure them to the ground due to the damage these inflict on the irrigation system.
Please contact our Public Works Superintendent at 719-481-2436, make sure to leave a voicemail with your contact information and the date and time you would like to drop your things off. The Town does not accept hazardous waste, please contact El Paso County for this type of disposal.You will need to provide your Town of Monument or Triview water bill.
To see a map of the streets the Public Works Department plows, click here.